Premiere: “40 Days” by Stewart Eastham

Nashville-based artist Stewart Eastham is back with “40 Days,” his first release since 2016’s jubilant Dancers In The Mansion. The song shows Eastham expanding his aural palette with more rock and synth elements while his trademark big drum sound is still there and bigger than ever. The song’s dark and surreal lyrics showcase the explorations of... Continue Reading →

MCP’s 2016 Year-End Roundup

Many sites have crafted all manner of "Best Of 2016" lists, reviews, and other musical offerings--we decided not to partake this year, because honestly, we go to great lengths to feature only the best music all year long--and what a year it's been! In 2016, Mother Church Pew reviewed over 40 stellar releases from amazing... Continue Reading →


Happy Friday friends! Today, we have a big announcement to make: This month marks the one year anniversary of the birth of Mother Church Pew, and what an exciting year it has been! We've experienced an overwhelming outpouring of support from so many of you, and it has been an awesome adventure. To celebrate, we've partnered... Continue Reading →

Premiere: “Sometimes, The Road” by Stewart Eastham

Northern California-bred Nashville-based Americana troubadour, Stewart Eastham, is planning to release a brand new album, Dancers In The Mansion, out August 12th via Long Bar Music. While Eastham’s previous album, The Man I Once Was, was a portrait of a man in turmoil, his new album paints a much different picture. Dancers In The Mansion is a celebratory... Continue Reading →

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